Wage Bracket

Wage Bracket

The range of potential wages a company offers to a person with a given job description. One's individual wage depends on education, experience, and even one's negotiating skills.
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They make up the majority of every wage bracket, with 72.7pc of staff in the upper middle quartile comprised of women.
The striker may not be in the same wage bracket as the two former England stars but his goal against Cliftonville in Saturday's
'Only those in the [minimum] wage bracket. Above that, they can take care of themselves while those below already have the conditional cash transfer.
He moved for PS5million and is on a hell of a lot of money at Aston Villa so he's probably just a bit outside our wage bracket."
The proportion of workers who are high school or college students declines in each category, from slightly less than one-quarter (22.53 percent) of workers in the lowest wage bracket to only 8.74 percent of workers in the highest.
It was also pointed out that the job was evolving and it is too early to set a wage bracket.
"They're two good football players who I admire but they're both Premiership players so the reality is they'll be on Premiership wages - probably out of our wage bracket."
Figures obtained by the Daily Post show that Anglesey's Chief Executive, Richard Parry Jones, currently receives a salary of PS141,024, which is over 11 times the annual wage of the council's lowest full time wage bracket of PS12,435.
The GOSI also declared an increase in the minimum subscription for occupational hazards for non-Saudis and those not included in the SR400-SR800 wage bracket.